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FAIRBORN — A portion of Wright State’s Nutter Center is flooded after a water pipe suddenly snaps overnight.Crews are now working to pump out water and dry the building.Wright State officials say a bracket holding a water pipe snapped about 12:30 a.m. Thursday, causing the pipe to break.A security guard called her boss as soon as she heard what sounded like a waterfall pouring down the inside of the building.The third and fourth floors have the worst damage. That’s where the administrative and athletic offices are located. Classrooms on the first and second floors also got wet.Some computers and other electronics are ruined but the water was clean, meaning drywall, furniture and Carpet won’t have to be replaced.Classes are canceled until Monday. The offices will re-open Wednesday when everything is dried out.When crews arrived early Thursday morning the water in the building was ankle deep.”The biggest thing is removal of the water and subsequent drying and dehumidifying,” says George Heddleston, of Wright State. “That will take a few days.”Fortunately, there were no events scheduled for this weekend and the box office is still open.